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Supreme Court rules that warrant is needed to access cell tower records
President Trump's trade war threatens US newspaper industry
Trump answers critics of family separation policy with Americans 'permanently separated' from family by illegal immigrants
US returns 7-year-old Guatemalan boy taken from his mother at border
President Trump officially declares North Korea still a threat, despite his claim after historic summit
Molson Coors latest beermaker to consider adding buds to suds
Online retailer denying orders from SD after ruling; CEO unsure of other states
Decision makes 'level playing field' for small businesses
Branding, ‘a neat tradition’: Mathews-Allen Ranch near Draper works 1,200 calves in two days
From her heart to 4-H: Meet Davison and Hanson County’s new 4-H adviser, Colorado native Olivia Klinzmann
place a business brief
House passes its version of farm bill on tight vote
Farmers, farmworkers openly diverge on immigration crisis
'Ideal shape for a great winter wheat crop'
Trump promises to improve American economy at Duluth meeting with miners
Bin, machinery makers hit by steel tariff hikes
Rangers blitz Twins for 6th win in row
Wild draft young Swedish defenseman Filip Johansson with No. 24 overall pick
Sabres select Swedish defenseman with draft's top pick: Incoming UND freshman taken No. 26
Bures makes first hole-in-one at Lakeview
Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson, Shuster rink, Diggins up for ESPY Awards
Oliver "Ollie" Hanten
Cindi D. Mulder
Audrey Jane (Bosworth) Sonne
Silent auction opens gateway for giving
OUR VIEW: Council needs to be bold, act on the lake
On the road: Ireland's farms, food, and future
Analysis: Today's teens are less likely to smoke, drink or have sex, but they're not eating veggies
OPINION: The best family reunion pastime
Becoming dog -- a work in progress
Ominous warning came days before Florida woman was killed by a 12-foot alligator
Lake Winnibigoshish back to being a walleye wonderland
ATV group celebrates birthday of leader, 92, with 50-mile ride
Callin' all catfish: James River study puts reward tags on whisker-faced creatures
Lowell and Carole Funk
Rolf & Marjean Hope
Dolores (Lori) Kelsey
October 26, 2017
DOT review finds speed zones didn't always match road signs
PIERRE — State government's Transportation Commission reduced speed limits for motorists on highways in 15 South Dakota counties Thursday....
October 26, 2017 - 5:39pm
October 17, 2015
New sign shines for school crossing guards
Ron Wright loves the new sign he uses as the crossing guard at Gertie Belle Rogers Elementary School in Mitchell. "It has flashing lights and...
October 17, 2015 - 9:10am
July 26, 2013
More signs coming for interstate exits?
PIERRE -- The Legislature wants the state Transportation Commission to broaden its rules so signs for attractions can be posted at interstate exits. Currently logos on the blue signs are allowed for fuel, food, lodging and camping. State Department of Transportation officials...
July 26, 2013 - 7:21am
March 20, 2013
Spearfish council delays sign ordinance decision
SPEARFISH (AP) -- The Spearfish city council has delayed a decision on how it wants to manage temporary business signs. The media reports that council members say they would like to see a proposal that addresses how to mount banners, the maximum amount of signage and what sizes are...
March 20, 2013 - 7:26pm
February 18, 2013
Road sign crimes costly for taxpayers
Davison County Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg told the county commissioners recently that vandalism to county road signs is costing county...
February 18, 2013 - 8:18pm
October 26, 2012
Many businesses wrongly received highway tourism directional signs
PIERRE -- Several hundred businesses shouldn't have received signs that the state Department of Transportation installed for them along South Dakota highways. DOT officials discovered the problem during a recent review of rules for the tourist-oriented directional signs program....
October 26, 2012 - 3:14pm
October 24, 2012
DOT: Political signs cannot be placed in state rights of way
PIERRE -- The South Dakota Department of Transportation reminds the public that political campaign and ballot-issue signs cannot be placed on state highway rights of way. "With the general election coming up, election signs are showing up along the state's roadways," says Bill...
October 24, 2012 - 6:03am
October 9, 2012
Four Mitchell businesses seek sign approval from planners
Four businesses are seeking approval from the Mitchell Planning and Zoning Commission for signs. They will submit requests to the commission at noon today at City Hall Council Chambers. The planners are meeting today because city offices were closed Monday for Native American...
October 9, 2012 - 5:42am
July 24, 2012
Planners to study Mitchell sign rules
Three members of the city Planning and Zoning Commission will work with City Planner Neil Putnam to study city sign regulations. The planners named Jay Larson, the chairman of the commission, Bernie Schmucker and Larry Griffith to study the current rules and decide what changes...
July 24, 2012 - 7:05am
June 21, 2012
Signs marking spots where 3 died in SD crashes
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Signs will mark the spots where three people died in traffic crashes in South Dakota last year. A sign that says "think" marks the spot where 51-year-old Terry Brown of Rapid City was struck and killed last December by an alleged drunken driver. Family members...
June 21, 2012 - 11:09am
March 23, 2012
Directional signs for SD tourism banned in some areas
PIERRE -- The state Transportation Commission adopted additional restrictions regarding tourist-oriented directional signs in highway rights of way Thursday. The new rules would ban tourist-oriented directional signs located in the highway right of way within the corporate limits...
March 23, 2012 - 7:41am
March 21, 2012
Effort to replace Davison County signs advances
Davison County will take another step this year toward the eventual upgrade of all its road signs. The final round of ordering will soon be completed, county commissioners were told Tuesday. The Federal Highway Administration mandated a new level of retroreflectivity for...
March 21, 2012 - 7:21am
October 24, 2011
County asks harvesters not to take down road signs
Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg will speak to the Davison County commissioners when that board meets in regular session at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the Commissioners' Room at the courthouse, 200 E. Fourth Ave., Mitchell. While Weinberg's appearance is about a minor item regarding...
October 24, 2011 - 6:26am